37th Annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival
Date: Friday-Sunday, October 11th-13th
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Location: Topnotch Field, 3420 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672
Stowe, Vermont, is the place to experience the classic New England Autumn, and the Stowe Foliage Arts Festival is the perfect destination. Surround yourself with Autumnal perfection – the Festival takes place at the height of the fall foliage season – and enjoy exquisite Art and fine Craftwork from over 150 juried Fine Artists and Artisans. There will be live music and other entertainment, great food, draft beer, wine, and demonstrations of traditional craftwork. Sample and purchase specialty food products such as maple syrup, gourmet chocolate, craft distilled spirits, and more! Make time to enjoy the great outdoors this Autumn, and visit the Stowe Foliage Arts Festival.
Adult daily admission $10, adult weekend admission $12, kids free, and free parking.
Date: Thursday – Saturday, October 17-19, 24-26
Time: 7 pm – 10 pm (Thursdays and Fridays), 6 pm – 11 pm (Saturdays)
Location: Champlain Valley Exposition, 105 Pearl St, Essex Junction, VT 05452
Nightmare Vermont is a unique, all-volunteer, charity Halloween event in the U.S., combining live stage combat, original immersive theater, and all the best in interactive scares and special effects. The event has run in underground spaces and as part of other community events since 2004. Thousands of people enjoy the show every year and we’re looking forward to scaring your socks off in 2019.
Nightmare Vermont 2019 features two attractions: an immersive theater event and a scare maze. Your timed ticket will get you into a high school prom gone horribly wrong. Natural disasters are not so natural, panic makes people dangerous, and someone is sending you threatening messages.
$13 in advance, $15 starting October 13th.
Northwest Nightmares Film Festival
Date: Monday & Tuesday, October 28th & 29th
Time: Doors – 6:30 pm, Show – 7 pm
Location: The Welden Theatre, Main Street, downtown St. Albans
Create an original horror film rated PG-13 and under 10 minutes in length. It’ll be screened inside St. Albans, Vermont’s Welden Theatre to a full house of horror film fans. Prizes and awards await the winners. What horrors lurk among us in the northwestern corner of Vermont? For six years we’ve screened over sixty spooky stories conjured up by dozens of local filmmakers, showcasing the immense amount of creative talent and macabre imagination present in Franklin County, Vermont.
Tickets are $10, and the entry fee is $40